Deborah E. Dwyer, Esquire
Selected by SuperLawyers® as a Top-Rated Family Lawyer in Maryland for 2019 for the Fifth Consecutive Year
Deborah E. Dwyer, Esquire, The Law Offices of Deborah E. Dwyer, with offices in Columbia, Howard County and Baltimore County, Maryland, has been selected for inclusion as a Top-Rated Family Lawyer by SuperLawyers® for 2019. Attorney Dwyer has earned this rating for the fifth consecutive year, placing her among outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. According to SuperLawyers, no more than five percent of lawyers in the state are selected for inclusion, placing sole practitioners like Ms. Dwyer among an even more exclusive cohort.
Attorney Dwyer established her practice in 1990. She regularly represents clients in Howard, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Montgomery, and Anne Arundel County Circuit Courts.
Her practice concentrates primarily in family law matters including separation, divorce, custody, alimony, spousal support, child support, visitation, paternity, monetary award, property disposition, property settlement, separation agreements, cohabitation agreements, premarital/antenuptial/post-nuptial agreements, division of retirement assets, 401k, 403b, IRA, SEP, pensions and military retirement, as well as wills, estates, probate, appointment of health care agent, advance medical directives, and power of attorney.
"I have advanced training in the collaborative process. My goal is to strategize with and counsel my clients to mitigate conflict, achieve outcomes that minimize economic impact, support them through the emotional challenges of the legal process, and position them to be informed to make good life decisions for themselves and their family."
Deborah E. Dwyer, Esquire
Ms. Dwyer’s Maryland roots stretch back five decades. She assists the board of a family-owned dairy and grain farm in Baltimore County, and is the co-owner of 80 agricultural acres in Baltimore County that is in farm preservation under the Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation (MALPF).
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